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Bosco, Susan M.; Jervis, Kathryn J.; Harvey, Diane M. – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2009
Cooperative learning, defined as students working in teams or groups to accomplish an objective, has had a long history as a method of instruction. The use of teams as an instructional mode in colleges of business and related areas has increased due to the expectation in most organizations that workers can be effective in teams and groups.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Conflict, Cooperative Learning, Teaching Methods
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Haggard, K. Stephen – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2009
Many professors assume that their courses are exciting and worthy of students' attention. However, students find some finance courses to be more appealing than others. The introductory college course in financial intermediaries and markets often can be found at the bottom of student interest rankings of finance courses due to its complex nature.…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Student Attitudes, Student Interests, Interaction
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Crews, Moody E.; Hemby, K. Virginia – Journal of Applied Research for Business Instruction, 2009
This paper is an extension of an earlier JARBI article, "Integrating University and College Career Services Programs into the Business Communication Curriculum" (Hemby & Crews, 2005). The original article provided business communication instructors with ideas for integrating career services' programs into the business communication curriculum,…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Experiential Learning, Program Effectiveness, Career Centers